Sheryl Kantrowitz currently teaches Interactive Media, Art Direction, Advertising Campaigns and Portfolio courses. Sheryl also serves as the Faculty Advisor for the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC). She spent 10 years in the advertising industry honing her skills working for various agencies and personal clients as an art director. She has worked for small branding consultancies as a visual strategist (TONIQ), large NYC agencies launching new products (Grey and Saatchi), and on her own she has worked directly with clients, helping them to redefine their brands from the ground up.
Sheryl believes that innovative thinking is the key to success in advertising. This was her driving force in the industry and now directly translates in her teaching style in the classroom. Strategically driven and creatively focused, Sheryl believes that innovative thinking is the key to success in advertising. She recognizes the importance of balance between beauty and function, and works to instill this in her students.
Sheryl is an active member of the Art Directors’ Club of Philadelphia. She recently spent a semester teaching in London and serving as the Faculty Advisor for the Temple London Study away program. She holds a BFA in Design and Photography from Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts.